Campus Happenings

  • WILLISTON, N.D. – Williston State College celebrated its newest class of practical nursing (PN) students on Friday, July 12 with a pinning ceremony in the Teton Lounge. A total of 24 students – 20 from WSC and four from WSC’s satellite site in Tioga

  •   NDSU Libraries and NDSU Press were acknowledged at the American Library Association’s annual conference June 20-25 in Washington, D.C. The ALA Government Documents Round Table’s chair position went from one NDSU member to another. Hallie Pritc

  •   Mark Birdsall of Berthold, North Dakota, is the new chair of North Dakota’s State Board of Agricultural Research and Education, known as SBARE. Sarah Lovas of Hillsboro, North Dakota, is the board’s new vice chair. They were electe

  •   NDSU assistant professor Britt Heidinger recently received a $1.29 million National Science Foundation CAREER Award. The award is the agency’s most prestigious recognition for early stage faculty and supports scholars who are likely to become

  •   A team of five NDSU students placed fourth in the Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition’s Autonav Challenge, held June 7-10 at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. The NDSU Autonomous Bison Team included students Andrew Jones, Daniel An

  • Charles Gorecki, director of subsurface research and development with the UND Energy & Environmental Research Center for the past four years, will succeed Tom Erickson as EERC CEO beginning Aug. 1. Photo by Kari Suedel/EERC. Charles Gorecki today

  • Three UND students have been awarded a $750 North Dakota View Scholarship to help promote their professional development in remote sensing and other geospatial technologies: Emmalee Woods, undergraduate student in Fisheries and Wildlife Biology in th

  • WILLISTON, N.D. – TrainND Northwest is pleased to announce the re-launch of its well control training program this August after a 12-month hiatus for program changes. TrainND Northwest will offer the following three International Association of Drill

  • WILLISTON, N.D. – TrainND Northwest will celebrate the One Basin – One Way! program with a Grand Opening on Thursday, July 11 on the TrainND Northwest campus located at 415 22nd Ave NE. The event will begin with a presentation and Q&A session led

  •   Agriculture Communication staff members were honored for their work by the Association for Communication Excellence, known as ACE, and the National Federation of Press Women. Recognized during ACE’s conference June 24-27 in San Antonio were: •

  •   The NDSU School of Nursing is receiving a $1.57 million federal grant award over four years that will help educate future health care professionals that serve rural areas. The award will make possible a Nurse Practitioner Residency/Fellowship

  •   NDSU’s Inclusion Initiatives will kick off a campuswide project called ”Inclusion: Equity at the Intersections” during the upcoming academic year. The initiative is partially funded through the Sue Fergus Andrews Fund, an endowment gifted to t